Motherhood – How it’s changed me.

I like to tell myself that I am essentially the same person I was 7 months ago, but the truth is: I am a vastly different human to who I was. I now know selflessness, how it truly feels to put another being's needs before my own. The biggest change seems to be my thought … Continue reading Motherhood – How it’s changed me.

The big and the small.

Firstly, I apologize for not posting as much as I usually do. Our little family is currently on the move for the next couple of weeks and when I do have the chance to sit down and update the blog I find myself slowly nodding off and waking to find an entire sentence that makes … Continue reading The big and the small.

Deflated but elated.

If you follow my blog and read my posts you know that I stopped breast feeding about 3 weeks ago. Unfortunately, as much as it was out of my control, I still find myself feeling guilty about it. I have to constantly remind myself that I did what I could, I did well and I chose … Continue reading Deflated but elated.

How bittersweet this contrast.

The day my son was placed upon my chest and into my arms, I felt LIFE. The newest and most pure essence of our life force. So young, so quintessentially innocent, yet resonating with radiant energy. We all, as parents go through this in our own way. We see this from different points, at different … Continue reading How bittersweet this contrast.

Stigmas of a Mother

As we grow our children and into our role as mothers, both physically and spiritually, we are constantly bombarded with advice and judgements. If a mother chooses to breastfeed her child in public she's bombarded with criticism, when a mother chooses to formula feed her child she's also bombarded with criticism. The single most unfortunate … Continue reading Stigmas of a Mother

I know you now

We stared into one another, he took everything in about me, and I him. How his hair is growing millimeter but millimetre each day, how inquisitive those once blurred eyes now are seeking my familiar stare and those lips that mirror his father's. I wonder what he see's in me? It's such a precious thing, … Continue reading I know you now